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Tag: JPEG2000

Comprimato official blog about coding, decoding, jpeg2000 and topics associated with video compression.

How Comprimato saves infrastructure costs on image processing

In this post, we will explain some basic ideas regarding how Comprimato saves infrastructure costs on image processing workflows. We will then discuss how platform versatility and a hardware agnostic approach reduces the price of IT infrastructure and last but not least, we will present you with several points to consider regarding software-only platforms as […]

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by Jakub Jirák
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April 24th, 2018

Video transcoder demo at IBC 2017

IBC 2017 in Amsterdam has started and Comprimato cannot miss this important event. This time we were invited to the Net Insight booth 1.B40 and we are very thankful for this opportunity to Net Insight. Comprimato is very excited to demonstrate the live demo of the new software video transcoder as a part of Net […]

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by Michal Hrnčiřík
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September 16th, 2017

Beta of Adobe Premiere Pro and Foundry NUKE JPEG2000 plugin

It’s not so long time ago we’ve posted a blog about technical benefits of JPEG2000 and how it could be integrated with Adobe Premiere as a plugin. We at Comprimato seen a lot of interest in such use of JPEG2000 for post-production or video editing. Especially how to enable local UltraHD video editing when your […]

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by Michal Hrnčiřík
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March 16th, 2017

JPEG2000 decoding reaches limit of PCI express 3.0

We at Comprimato are developing a JPEG2000 codec which is accelerated on GPUs and with the latest NVIDIA cards with Pascal architecture e.g. Quadro GP100 or Quadro P6000 we found the speed of PCI express 3.0 as a limiting factor for the speed of our JPEG2000 codec. The theoretical speed of PCI express 3.0 x16 […]

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by Matúš Madzin
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March 14th, 2017